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Texas is a state that offers a lot of fun. Almost every part of the state has something special to offer. For example, Amarillo has the Big Texan, Arlington has Six Flags, San Antonio has the River Walk and the Alamo, Fort Worth has the Stockyards, and Katy has something new for entertainment.
A new adventure park has opened up in Katy, Texas, it has all the fun of a waterpark but without the water, making it a fun road trip destination for the family!
Slick City opened up in December 2023 at the Katy Mills Mall. The adventure park is fun for all ages! There is something for everyone.
Slick City has a ton of slides, these slides are like the ones you would find at a water park.
There is a special mat you use to go flying down these slides. As you can see above, they have a half pipe, called the Big Wave and a whirlpool-type slide, called the Royal Flush. They have bumpy slides and slides that make you fly. Most of these slides are the ones you would typically see at a water park.
Since this is an adventure park they have other attractions. They have air courts for some flying basketball action.
In addition, there is a designated space for younger children called the Junior Jungle.
They have a great party area and let's face it, this place is great for hours of fun for the entire family.
Cost for Slick City:
$30.99 for 2 hours of fun
$25.99 for 1 1/2 hours of fun
$13.99 for kids 3 and under
City socks are required for all the attractions and are $4.99 per pair.
Where is Katy, Texas?
If you aren't familiar with where Katy, Texas is located and want to make the trip to try Slick City, Katy is located just west of Houston, Texas.
For those in the Texas Panhandle and West Texas, it's over an 8-hour drive. East Texas folks will be driving for at least 10 hours. However, it might be a fun vacation destination.
Slick City currently has 3 open adventure parks with 7 more coming soon. Additionally, there are over 14 franchises in the planning stages, so it's possible that even more parks could be on the way to Texas!
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